Food hygiene ratings given to six Bath and North East Somerset establishments

A Food Standards Agency rating sticker on a window of a restaurant in central London. A huge variation in food hygiene standards remains across the UK, with one in five high or medium-risk food outlets failing to meet standards, according to a study.A Food Standards Agency rating sticker on a window of a restaurant in central London. A huge variation in food hygiene standards remains across the UK, with one in five high or medium-risk food outlets failing to meet standards, according to a study.
A Food Standards Agency rating sticker on a window of a restaurant in central London. A huge variation in food hygiene standards remains across the UK, with one in five high or medium-risk food outlets failing to meet standards, according to a study.
New food hygiene ratings have been awarded to six of Bath and North East Somerset’s establishments, the Food Standards Agency’s website shows.

New food hygiene ratings have been awarded to six of Bath and North East Somerset’s establishments, the Food Standards Agency’s website shows.

Restaurants, cafes and canteens

The following ratings have been given to three restaurants, cafes or canteens:

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• Rated 5: Burger King at 6 Southgate Street, City Centre, Bath, Bath And North East Somerset; rated on May 19

• Rated 5: Cafe Commons at Newton, Bath Spa University Campus, Newton St. Loe, Bath; rated on May 2

• Rated 5: St Mike's Cafe at St Michael With St Paul Church, Broad Street, City Centre, Bath; rated on May 2

Pubs, bars and nightclubs

And three ratings have been handed to pubs, bars or nightclubs:

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• Rated 5: Lane 7 at 6 Sawclose, City Centre, Bath, Bath And North East Somerset; rated on May 15

• Rated 5: Crown Inn at The Street, West Harptree, Bristol, Bath And North East Somerset; rated on May 4

• Rated 4: Meatbusters Burger Bar at Burgers And Barrels, 2 Victoria Buildings, Twerton, Bath; rated on April 18